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Information systems: an integral part of future vehicles

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Frank, D.L. ; General Motors Adv. Eng. Center, Warren, MI, USA

It is suggested that the driving experience might be improved by information brought on-board by compact disc and transmitted to and from the vehicle through appropriate communication links. Three possible feature sets-cellular telephone enhancements, travel assistance, and business/professional-are suggested. Several travel assistance features are offered as solutions to anticipated traffic congestion problems. It is contended that the historic solution of additional roadway construction will not be possible. The need for cooperation between the automotive industry, electronic component companies, and government traffic agencies is stressed in order that the most cost-effective solutions be implemented.<>

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Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference, 1989. Conference Record

Date of Conference:

11-13 Sept. 1989

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